(Bloomberg) -- Pacific Investment Management Co.’s Bill Gross said investors should say “good evening” to the prospect of future capital gains in assetmarkets as interest rates are set to rise while the economy grows at a slow pace.

“The global economy is left to depend on economic growth for further advances and it is growth that is now and has recently been historically deficient,” the manager of the world’s biggest bond fund wrote in a commentary on Newport Beach, California-based Pimco’s website. “As yields have bottomed and are now expected by the markets to gradually rise, it’s down to growth, and growth is a question mark.”

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